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Koostatavad arvamused (updated on 03/12/2021)
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INT/966-EESC-2021

This proposal is aimed at preventing fragmentation of the market when it comes to charging interfaces and charging communication protocols, enhancing consumer convenience and reducing e-waste.

EMSK sektsiooni arvamus: Radio equipment

Koostatavad arvamused (updated on 03/12/2021)
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INT/946-EESC-2021

The objective of the opinion will be to analyse how the digital revolution in the economy is transforming retail and wholesale, how it is forcing fundamental changes: new business models and channels are emerging, data is becoming core business, customers buy more online, new digital products are offered, new skills are needed, stores in towns must evolve and reinvent themselves to stay relevant.

EMSK sektsiooni arvamus: Digital transformation opportunities for retail companies and its advantages for European consumers (own-initiative opinion – Gr I)

Koostatavad arvamused (updated on 03/12/2021)
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INT/955-EESC-2021

This Guidance sets out the Commission’s views on how platforms and other relevant stakeholders should step up their measures to address gaps and shortcomings in the Code and create a more transparent, safe and trustworthy online environment

EMSK sektsiooni arvamus: Guidance / Code of practice on disinformation

Koostatavad arvamused (updated on 02/12/2021)
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NAT/833-EESC-2021
Täiskogu istungjärk: 
Sal -
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

The EU ETS was launched in 2005 and covers about 45 % of EU greenhouse gas emissions. The latest revision of the EU ETS Directive, adopted in 2018, sets the total quantity of emission allowances for phase 4 (2021-2030), in line with what was the current EU emission reduction target at the time (40 % reduction below 1990 levels by 2030).

EMSK sektsiooni arvamus: Revision of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS), including maritime transport and Market Stability Reserve

Koostatavad arvamused (updated on 02/12/2021)
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ECO/569-EESC-2021
Täiskogu istungjärk: 
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Feb 23, 2022 Feb 24, 2022

This year’s Annual Sustainable Growth Survey outlines the policy priorities in the coming year and provides guiding principles for implementing them in the 2022 European Semester cycle. The European Semester provides a well-established framework for coordinating the economic and employment policies of the Member States and will continue to play this role in the recovery phase and in advancing on the twin transitions. Like in previous years, the policy priorities will be structured around the four dimensions of competitive sustainability and in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. The Communication also sketches out the main characteristics of the 2022 European Semester cycle and explains the main changes compared to previous cycles, taking into account the need to adapt to the processes under the Recovery and Resilience Facility.

Teabekiri: Annual Sustainable Growth Survey 2022

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